Re: [codec] Adopt draft-valin-codec-results as a working group item

"Dr. Christian Hoene" <> Fri, 09 September 2011 08:53 UTC

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Hi all,

> Hi all,
> If I recall right, there was a consensus at the meeting in Quebec  
> that this document will be assigned to Christian as editor and that  
> work will progress into making this document as good and as complete  
> as possible. Thus, IMHO, the document is a good starting point for  
> further editing.

Jean-Marc, may you send me the XML file. I would like to start editing  
to include the comments and to add the new results by Google and us.

> When it comes to the contents of the document, I think what the  
> industry would like to see is a full characterization of the Opus  
> codec and its features as an internet codec which is a core  
> objective of this work. On the other hand, tests performed prior to  
> the adoption (or freeze) of the codec do not offer much in terms of  
> characterization since they relate to a earlier version of the codec  
> and will not accurately reflect the performance of the codec. In  
> summary, section 2) and 3) should be removed and the focus shifted  
> towards a more detailed section 4).

Yes, makes sense for the final, numerical results that will be added  
to the document. Still, one could remain the references given in  
Section 2 and 3 for further reading.

With best regards,

  Christian Hoene